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  • ;;Five Things About Getting Older That Shouldn’t Have Surprised Me ;;;

    12/16/2012 8:53:38 AM PST · by virgil283 · 54 replies
    pjmedia. ^ | December 12, 2012 - 7:00 am | John Hawkins
    "I never imagined what being 40 would feel like, because it never occurred to me that I’d ever be 40. I didn’t think I wouldn’t be, mind you. It was just too boring to enter my brain, and it seemed like forever from now." — Stephanie Dolgoff-- Been there, done that, got the postcard. Haven’t we all (I’m not including you whippersnappers in “all” — and P.S.: get off my lawn!)? When you’re a kid, people who are middle-aged almost seem like a different species. You’re young, energetic, and have your whole life in front of you. You’re the male...
  • My Post Post got Crossed with some ones else post, For Vietnam Vets

    02/28/2009 9:56:49 AM PST · by YihYthink · 2 replies · 290+ views
    To all us Vietnam Vets we all new the frustration of a different time and place.
  • Growing old with Dave (Dave Barry)

    07/30/2006 10:38:15 AM PDT · by nuconvert · 19 replies · 751+ views
    MiamiHerald ^ | Dave Barry
    Growing old with Dave BY DAVE BARRY (This classic Dave Barry column was originally published on Sept. 3, 1995.) Call me a wild and crazy guy if you want, but recently, on a whim, I decided to -- why not? -- turn 48. It's not so bad. Physically, the only serious problem I've noticed is that I can no longer read anything printed in letters smaller than Shaquille O'Neal. Also, to read a document, I have to hold it far from my face; more and more, I find myself holding documents -- this is awkward on airplanes -- with my...
  • 'Peter Pan' boomers warned

    03/04/2006 3:02:34 AM PST · by Aussie Dasher · 75 replies · 1,610+ views
    Herald Sun ^ | 4 March 2006
    BABY boomers need to shrug off their "Peter Pan" mentality and prepare their homes for wheelchairs and lifting equipment, an aged care conference in Mildura has been told. While improvements in health care meant people were able to live at home longer, house designs were not always supportive, according to strategic planner and social commentator Dr Keith Suter. He said there had been a growth of Peter Pan-style developments. "These are areas developed by baby boomers who think they will never grow old, and which will be unsuitable for them when they have problems later with hips etcetera." Instead of...
  • George Carlin's Views on Aging. Too funny and too true!

    01/09/2006 4:36:05 PM PST · by Craig DeLuz · 2 replies · 350+ views
    The Home of Uncommon Sense | 01/09/2006 | Craig DeLuz
    I’m not one who normally goes around quoting George Carlin, but his perspective on how we look at getting older was too true to not share. Read More... Craig DeLuz Visit The Home of Uncommon Sense... www.craigdeluz.com
  • Song parody: "Who'll Stop the Gray?" (Vanity, vanity...)

    03/07/2003 10:44:13 AM PST · by Charles Henrickson · 6 replies · 277+ views
    March 7, 2003 | Charlie Henrickson
    WHO'LL STOP THE GRAY? Tune: "Who'll Stop the Rain?" Long as I remember, I've looked thirty-three. I hear the waitress sayin', "Must see some ID." Who can guess my age is Fifty years today? And I wonder, Still I wonder: Who'll spot the gray? Won't do Grecian Form'la, And I don't want Just For Men. I can say the white hairs Are blond ones just mixed in. Still the gray keeps comin', More and more each day, And I wonder, Still I wonder: Who'll stop the gray? Tried to trim the white ones Out of my goatee, But if I...